5 things to do tomorrow in Dubai

Nibble your way around Taste of Dubai or get your face read at Talise Spa

Things to do today, The Knowledge
Things to do on March 14:

Nibble your way around Taste of Dubai: The much-anticipated three-day food fiesta is back, with top restaurants from across the city serving up sample-sized dishes in the sun.
Dhs90 on the door. Thu 4pm-midnight, Fri noon-midnight, Sat noon-11pm. Dubai Media City Amphitheatre, www.tasteofdubaifestival.com.

Get your face read at Talise Spa: Eric Standop will read your face while photographer Richard Pilnick shoots the session. At the end you’ll receive a powerful framed image of your face alongside a personalised poem. Dhs1,850. Until March 21. Talise Spa, Madinat Jumeirah (04 366 6818).

JamJar pop-up studio at The Archive: Let your creative juices flow at the JamJar art studio. Here you can pick up a canvas and paints and be inspired by the nature and surroundings of Safa Park.
Dhs40-125 for one hour. Noon-6pm. The Archive, Safa Park, Al Wasl Road, www.thearchive.ae (04 349 4033).

Sing along with Sir Bob Geldof: The Irish rock singer and activist returns to The Irish Village for a concert to kick off the popular pub’s annual St Patrick’s Day weekend celebrations.
Dhs75. 9pm. The Irish Village, Garhoud (04 703 0500). www.timeouttickets.com

Full moon drumming in the desert: Percussionists of all abilities can join this group of drummers on a desert trip. Participants will make beats together, dance, sing and enjoy a barbecue under the stars.
Dhs200 for adults, Dhs100 for children. 7pm. Gulf Ventures Camp, Al Awir, www.dubaidrums.com (04 347 4790).

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